When it comes to Mexican cuisine, it is impossible to mention Quesadilla because it is one of 8 delicious Mexican street food.
Quesadilla cake originally consisted of corn tortillas with cheese and baked on a fire. Pavement shops and restaurants have made them much more lively. In addition to cheese, Quesadilla also has many attractive ingredients like sausages, mushrooms, garlic, beans, fried pig skin, stewed chicken or meat, … then fried or baked. The outer bark is made from corn, some places also mix many other natural ingredients for cakes with attractive colors.
- 3 slices of bacon
- 3 chicken eggs
- Salt and pepper
- 170g of shredded cheese cheese
- 1 scallion, chopped
- 125g of flour
- 65ml of boiling water
- ½ spoon of olive oil
- ¼ spoon of salt
- ¼ spoon of pepper
- Non-stick pan
- Bar rolling powder
How to do it:
Step 1: Shredded cheese.
Step 2: The bacon is fried with medium heat until the outer edge of the meat is brown and then picked out on a plate with oil-absorbent paper.
Step 3: Add eggs, some pepper, a little salt and beat it evenly, then fry the cooked eggs, pick out the plate to cool.
Step 4: Sift the flour into a bowl, add olive oil, salt and boiling water and mix well until the dough is no longer lumpy. Divide the dough into 4 parts and cover it with a thin towel over about 30 minutes.
Step 5: After 30 minutes, continue to cover dry powder on each dough and then use the dough roll as thin as possible. Roll up the number of flour in turn and continue to cover the towel so that the dough does not dry.
Step 6: Catch the pan on the stove for hot, spread a thin layer of cooking oil all over the surface of the pan and put each piece of thin rolled flour over the fry.
Step 7: During the frying of shredded cheese on the surface of the cake, eggs, meat, cheese and onions put on half of the cake and then quickly fold the cake; Continue frying until the cake is golden brown, then return to the other side.
Finally, this cake is not only a pride in Mexico’s street cuisine but is gradually being brought into daily meals by many families around the world. With the formula just suggested above, you can now bring Mexican flavor home when preparing Quesadilla cakes by hand.